Beckinsale saddened about Truth movie's failure
Kate Beckinsale was "heartbroken" her 2008 movie Nothing But The Truth failed to make it to the big screen, because she was bursting with pride over the project.
Critics who'd seen the film tipped the actress to get her first Oscar nod for her turn in the drama, in which she plays a reporter who goes to jail rather than name a source.
But Yari Film Group - the studio behind the movie - was forced into involuntary bankruptcy because of the global financial downturn, and it was never was given a theatrical release, going straight to DVD in 2009.
Beckinsale tells Total Film magazine, "To be honest, I was a little bit heartbroken after doing that movie. I was really pleased with it and proud of it.
"I was nominated for a Critics' Choice award for it, and the next day the film company went bankrupt and the movie never came out. I just felt really bruised by that."